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the state or period of an eclipse when light from the eclipsed body is totally obscured
totality(toh-tal -ă-tee) See eclipse.
The portion of a total eclipse of the sun during which the sun is entirely covered by the moon at a specified location on the earth's surface.
The portion of a total eclipse of the moon or other body during which the eclipsed body is entirely within the umbra of the eclipsing body.